Aleksandra Derra

Aleksandra Derra
Trinity College Dublin | TCD · Centre for Gender and Women's Studies

PhD

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October 2013 - October 2017
Trinity College Dublin
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Scholars deriving from different schools of thought, especially if these grow out of different traditions, do not meet too frequently, and it is even more rare for these meeting to result in creating theories or research practices that would be cognitively surprising or rich in refreshing ideas. Therefore, the material we present in the current iss...
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Badacze wywodzący się z odmiennych szkół myślenia, zwłaszcza kiedy wyrastają z różnych tradycji, nie spotykają się zbyt często, a jeszcze rzadziej spotkania takie skutkują powstaniem zaskakujących poznawczo, bogatych w ożywcze idee, teorii czy praktyk badawczych. Materiał, który prezentujemy w przedstawianym numerze Avantu (1/2013), jest zatem wyją...
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A fruitful encounter between Cognitive Science and Science & Technology Studies.
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Problem - The underlying assumption of all feminist theories is that in order to achieve our emancipatory goals we have to resolve the so-called female subjectivity problem first. That is, we have to answer the question of what is ( is not) the nature/essence/main feature of being a woman. The debate about where and how we should look for that esse...
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The author continues a long philosophical discussion about the status and the function of philosophy treated as the element of culture. In the article she puts the following question: does philosophy play cultural role, in a sense that it plays a certain role in producing ideas and senses important for culture. To answer this question the author re...

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